Hello, and welcome to my Web page. My name is William Gow. I’m proud to say I’ve been with Kaiser Permanente at the Los Angeles Medical Center since 1988.
I’m originally a Midwesterner who grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado and attended medical school at Loyola University in Chicago. In 1977, I moved to Los Angeles and did my internship and residency at Harbor–UCLA Medical Center in Torrance.
In 1982, I came to work at the Los Angeles Medical Center. As the years went on, I subspecialized in knee surgery—for the past 20 years or so, most of the surgical procedures I’ve performed involve either arthroscopic surgery or knee replacement.
I take care of myself by striking a nice balance between work and play. I’m also a single-digit handicap golfer and often enjoy playing golf on weekends.